Tamil Nadu Class 12 result announced, slight dip seen in pass percentage


The TN Class 12th examinations were conducted from 1 March to 6 April. Education Minister of Tamil Nadu Sengottaiyan has declared the pass percentage and other details of the result. Compared to previous year, the pass percentage is decreased by one percent. Following the national trend, girls had performed better than the boys with a 94.5% pass percentage in comparison to 89.3%. Not only this, the board has also witnessed a decline in the number of students registering and appearing for the examination. Girls outperformed boys once again. While, the result will be announced by the Directorate, there will be no announcement of the state toppers.

Tamil Nadu's directorate of government examinations will declare the results of Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC +2) or Class 12 board examinations at 9.30am on Wednesday.

Candidates trying to check TN HSC Board results 2018 can visit the official website i.e. http://www.dge.tn.gov.in or tnresults.nic.in and fill in the blank space with the required information including roll number, registration number and date of birth. Students can download the results in their interesting fashion.

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Apart from the result, DGE, Tamil Nadu will also release the result analysis on its official website.

The plus one results are scheduled to be released on May 30.

The Tamil Nadu Board of Secondary Education was established in 1910, and later after Independence was carved out as and separate Directorate of Government Examinations under the Department of Education, Government of Tamil Nadu. The board holds the accountability to conduct Secondary School Examinations and evaluate the academic progress of the students through Class 10th and 12th Board Examinations. The scores are considered as a valid merit for admissions in universities and schools across the state.